Wallet Tool Reviews
What jumps out at you about the Ekster Tool Card is that this multi tool is built for the Ekster wallets like the Senate and Parliament. It’s not a full card sized multitool for your wallet, but has a number of features that you would use every day. Made from stainless steel, it’ll last a long time. But is simple too simple when you use a multi-tool?
As one of the most ubiquitous multitool wallet EDC cards, the Wallet Ninja Original, 2.0 and pro fit most needs. But there are differences between them, some very big, but as a multi tool card that fits in your pocket, this unboxing, review and comparison is revealing. It gradually moves from an 18-in-1, to a 20-in-1 to a 26-in-1, adding more tools like a can opener, peeler and cell phone stand as it goes.
The Zootility Wildcard Blades which include the HT-420 is an excellent pocket secondary blade or primary EDC knife in a pinch. Super thin at 0.08″, it fits easily in any wallet like a credit card, but without the blade, there isn’t much left to this multitool.
Nothing like a well-made wallet multitool to make those small EDC problems easy to solve. The Lever Gear Toolcard Pro includes a money clip and includes 40 different tools, but some are a stretch unless you’re a drafting student…
Since 1891 we’ve loved Swiss Army Knives, but we’ve needed help in the wallet. Enter the Victorinox Swisscard Lite multitool card review. This EDC kit has almost everything you need including a small knife. But what’s missing?